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Welcome to the Back Yard Beekeepers Association. With over 250 members, our association has grown to become one of the Nation’s largest regional clubs for beekeeping hobbyists. Some of our members are just getting started as beekeepers, and some have enjoyed this hobby for years. All share an interest in the wonderful and remarkable world of the honey bee. The purpose of the BYBA is to provide...
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Top Bar Hive beekeeping supplies and hive management information. Top Bar Hive natural beekeeping classes, swarm catching and removal. Ideally, in the winter bees will hibernate by forming a ball where they circulate in a "dynamic system", an inter-weaving pattern much like penguins in the antarctic use to keep all the members warm. In a continual flow, the bees on the outside move inward into...
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How do bees collect pollen? Honey bees use their jaws and legs to get pollen off of plants and onto themselves, adding a little honey stomach liquid to make it sticky. Additional pollen may cling to their hairy bodies by static electricity: bees are slightly positively charged an pollen is...
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This beekeeping for beginners guide will give you step by step instructions on how to start beekeeping successfully even if you're an absolute beginner. You can get started today on honey bee farming even in your own backyard. Beekeeping for beginners is a complete ebook that will guide you on...
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Guest post by Dana Harris The benefits of keeping bees are countless, starting from the valuable products bees produce all the way to the fact that they contribute to keeping the ecosystem balanced. These small hard-working creatures play an important role in pollinating the flowers and crops...
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Reviewing some beekeeping starter kits and resources, beekeeping tips and news, and we\'re even going to get the kids and family involved for some outdoor. We’re all so busy in our day to day lives that we often forget the simplest step to help our pollinating friends. Just planting blooming things in your yard, garden, window boxes and small pots you’ll be helping the ecosystem overall. You’ll...
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Be one with our beekeeping organization as we educate the public on the preservation of honey bees. Contact us in Tallahassee, FL, to learn more. Honey bees and other pollinators face many challenges today. Honey bee health, loss of colonies, loss of habitat, environmental stress. These are problems not only for beekeepers but for everyone. The Florida State Beekeepers Association is working to...
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Sale of package bees and Queens, Top Quality Beekeeping supplies and Cypress Beekeeping Equipment. We are incredibly proud to have reached such an amazing milestone! This is a milestone that would not have been possible without wonderful friends like you. You have inspired us to be who we are, it gives us the freedom to do our very best whether providing new ideas or creating new products. If...
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A collection of local PA beekeepers devoted to the preservation of bee's. beekeeping, bee education and. Program. Please check out some of our programs and activities listed on the website. We are open to suggestions, comments, and advice. The association membership is made up of beekeepers and nature loving individuals just like you. And we look forward to your support. Thank you. The...
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Information, tips & advice on an organic, natural & practical beekeeping for the enthusiast & beginner beekeepers. For anyone who cares about nature & living an organic & healthy life. If you are thinking of taking up beekeeping or considering purchasing a hive, why not join one of my courses. I run Beginners Beekeeping Courses throughout the year from “taster” sessions to an eleven-week...
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Like all hobbies, backyard beekeeping requires some basic equipment before someone can establish a successful hive. Selling Honey to a Local Market from your Backyard One of the reasons people become involved with backyard beekeeping is so that they can market the honey. Many backyard beekeepers chose to sell their honey to a local market. Backyard beekeepers who choose a local market for their...
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The Frederick Law Olmsted Society is dedicated to sustaining Olmsted\'s vision for Riverside for generations to come. N 1868, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and his partner, Calvert Vaux, were commissioned to plan a unique community just west of Chicago, Illinois. The result was Riverside, a beautiful community along the Des Plaines River, complete with curving lanes, abundant...
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Dadant & Sons is the premier source for beekeeping equipment and supplies. Call Today! Welcome to the world of beekeeping where Dadant & Sons, Inc. is America’s oldest & largest manufacturer of beekeeping supplies! Beekeeping is a fascinating hobby and proves to be a challenging business as well. There are many aspects to beekeeping, ranging from raising the bees and producing honey to using...
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35 colors of beeswax sheets for rolling your own beeswax candles (great for gifts, projects and your own use). Waxes for candle making: beeswax, soy wax, vegetable wax, palm wax, and paraffin. Candle and soap making: books, dyes, wicks, plastic, metal and poly molds, fragrance and essential oils, additives and four types of glycerin soap base. Cosmetic ingredients: beeswax beads, shea butter,...
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Ann Arbor Backyard Beekeepers (A2B2) is a club dedicated to beekeeping education, mentoring, networking, and advocacy within the Ann Arbor area. We provide an informational and social venue for beekeepers of all levels to cooperate and share experie.
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As you’re aware, the beekeepers in Indiana voted to become one state organization. This was a momentous decision that is allowing us to use our resources in a more efficient manner. We’ve hosted the largest Bee School Indiana has ever had, we are working on getting a Honey Bee license plate, we have an education committee that has already fulfilled several requests for speakers, we have a ‘New...
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Central Ohio's oldest Beekeeping Association. Serving Franklin county and surrounding counties. Kent Williams Many thanks to Kent Williams for presenting to the general membership meeting on February 16, 2016 at Franklin Park. Kent brings a wealth of information and passion for beekeeping to his presentations. An EAS master beekeeper Kent’s greatest ability is to have a conversation bee keeper...
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The Ohio State Beekeepers Association and the Ohio Producer Growers & Marketers Association are pleased to announce the availability of A Web-Based Introductory Beekeeping Training Program. The program consists of 34 videos and several power point presentations presented by Dr. Jim Tew and John Grafton. Topics include assembling hive equipment, installing packages, inspecting hives and much,...
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Honey bee colonies for operations with five or more colonies in the United States as of January 1, 2016 totaled 2.59 million. This is 8 percent below the 2.82 million colonies on January 1, 2015. During 2015, honey bee colonies on April 1, July 1, and October 1 were 2.85 million, 3.13 million, and 2.87 million, respectively. Honey bee colonies lost for operations with five or more colonies...
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Bees are kept comfortably almost anywhere, even on balconies in the middle of big cities. If you are conscientious about placement, beekeeping is safe and simple in any setting. With the proper tools and care, your bees and your family (even your pets) can co-exist perfectly. Beekeepers reap countless benefits from their hives, including relaxation, garden support, self-reliance, and the...
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